The increasing complexity of financial instruments, the growing globalization of markets, and the increasing scale of major financial institutions all collided in the financial crisis of 2008. Has the crisis changed the markets for good? Should we expect major shifts in the long-term returns and volatility of different asset classes? What are the long-term consequences of automated trading, globalization, and other macro-trends? Register for the webinar on Wednesday, February 27, at 12:00 noon ET.

Lizabeth C., Associate Director of MBA Admissions, offers some healthy tips on serving up a well-rounded and authentic application. Living in California, I’ve begun to think about food differently. I understand what “California Cuisine” is all about – fresh, local ingredients prepared simply so you can taste the amazing flavors. Food that is actually a pleasure to eat. Not that I don’t love certain processed foods, but I’m more aware of the difference between the [...]

This weekend was jam-packed: Will’s parents and brothers came out to visit from Chicago, and we had so much we wanted to show them in the quick weekend.  They arrived Friday night, we went to dinner in town, and then headed to Campion Rink (about a mile from campus) to watch the A-team kick off the business school hockey tournament going on this weekend.  It was an amazing game/perfect introduction to the Tuck community: the [...]

The Economic Development Club hosted a talk by Josh Wright ’98 and Katy Davis ’12 of the behavioral ideas lab and consulting firm ideas42.

Lessons learned from the integrated curriculum helped make his CNN internship a success, says Sura Tilakawardane ’13.

Many look at sports as pure entertainment, or as in my case, a way to remain somewhat healthy and active. In either case, it’s fascinating to learn more about how decisions are made behind the scenes in sports, media, and entertainment.   Last Friday I attended the 3rd Annual Chicago Booth MESG Sports Symposium organized and hosted by the Media, Entertainment, and Sports Group (MESG) held at the Gleacher Center in downtown Chicago.  With the [...]

Learning about different business schools and MBA formats can be overwhelming if you are just beginning your MBA search. At Darden, we offer one MBA degree in three different formats — a full-time MBA, MBA for Executives and Global MBA for Executives. Students in Darden’s EMBA and GEMBA utilize the same case method of study and general management curriculum taught by the same top-ranked faculty used in the full-time MBA. The age range for the [...]

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